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GjCodyT
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tigergirl82
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should kids notebooks be replaced with computer textbooks

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Started: 6/5/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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GjCodyT

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I think that kids textbooks/notebooks should be replaced with computers because then you wouldn't always have to get up in the middle of class and sharpen your pencil and with pens it may take longer but you can run out of ink or your pen could burst put with computers you can't run out of anything but battery and computers have long lasting battery
tigergirl82

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Kids notebooks should not be replaced with computer textbooks. It has been proven that students learn better when they write things out and repeat this. In exams students must right out their responses, and cannot type them out. It is important that students write things out. If they do this they will remember it and learn how to spell it correctly, rather than always counting on auto-correct to pick up and fix their mistakes. Students must learn to do this, or else they will never be able to write correctly.
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